1969 Chevrolet Camaro
This is another well built quality muscle car from the Sons of Thunder crew! This sweet 69 Camaro has a great look and runs just as well. It is entirely rust free from top to bottom and the body has zero damage or issues. It is coated in a slick Blue paint which looks great on the car. Up front nicely sits the cowl induction hood and that isn't just for looks as it is functional! 427 emblems grace each side of the cowl and all of the stainless and chrome has a great shine. It has a Black front chin spoiler with the painted to match deck spoiler in back. The tail section around the lights has been painted black for a nice contrast along with the sides under the trim piece which looks great. It adds a nice tasteful touch without going too crazy with custom paint. It rides on original steel wheels which have painted Blue to match and are fitted with Chevrolet center caps. Each wheels is wrapped with BF Goodrich Radial T/A tires which have plenty of life left.
Well, we say the tires have a lot of life left but that's of course before you start laying down rubber thanks to the 427 V8 motor under the hood. The motor features the date correct block, original snowflake winters aluminum heads, solid lifters and cranks out around 500HP. The block and heads are painted Chevrolet Orange and it looks great topped off with a Blacked out air cleaner. Back up the engine is a Turbo 400 automatic transmission that slides through the gears with no issues. The car also features original traction bars and really is a nice driving vehicle. You can tell it was well built when you look underneath because the entire undercarriage is Blue to match the top or nicely painted in Black. It has a really clean finished look.
The interior is done in Blue and has that factory look. You won't find many modifications on the inside except for maybe aftermarket speakers. Everything else is like original. The original center console features woodgrain accent, the original horseshoe shifter and even a place to snap in your seatbelts to keep them from falling behind the seat. The dash is topped with all of the original knobs, switches, gauges, etc which are all in good shape and all working properly.
If you have been searching for a new muscle car to add to the fleet check this Camaro out! It runs great, looks great, and needs nothing so what more could you ask for!
Add it to your collection for $62,000.00!
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